Can you sleep with a menstrual cup?

Can you sleep with a menstrual cup?

You’ve heard about all of the benefits of using a menstrual cup over tampons or pads, but when it comes to actually making the switch to a menstruation cup, you’re likely to have a lot more questions than you thought you would. Such as, can you sleep with a menstrual cup? So, before you go out and purchase your first DivaCup, we’ve rounded up some of the most commonly asked questions about menstrual cups – so you know exactly what it’s like to use one.

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Can you sleep with a menstrual cup?

One of the most commonly asked questions asked by first-time menstruation cup users is whether or not you can sleep with your menstrual cup in. The answer: You sure can! And when inserted properly, there’s actually less chance of leakage when sleeping with a menstrual cup than if you slept with a tampon in or while using a pad.

How often should I change my menstrual cup?

It’s generally recommended that you should change your menstrual cup every six to 12 hours, but this depends on the type of cup your using and where you’re at in your cycle. To be safe, you should change it before the 12-hour mark.

Do they ever leak?

If you’ve inserted your menstrual cup properly, you shouldn’t experience any leaks at all! They also hold far more liquid than tampons, which is excellent news for anyone who has a heavy flow and is constantly stressed about spotting.

Will using one really save me money?

It sure will. One cup can last for several years) just think about all of the money you would have spent on tampons or pads in that time!). Plus, aside from saving you coin, it’s also saving the environment too since menstrual cups are reusable.

Can you use a menstrual cup after childbirth?

Yes, The DivaCup comes in three different sizes: The DivaCup Model 1 is for women under 30 who have never given birth, The DivaCup Model 2 is for women over 30 who have delivered vaginally or by caesarean, and The DivaCup Model 0 is for anyone who is new to periods or those 18 years and under.

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